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Replacement bus services are running on Great Western Railway between Liskeard and Looe due to flooding at Looe.
The bad weather has meant that trains will be unable to run between Liskeard and Looe until approximately 12:45. Buses are replacing trains between these stations.
There is also a 50mph speed limit across the whole of the GWR network. Source.
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The service between Par and Newquay is also affected by flooding at St Columb Road, which is expected to last until 14:00.
Someone has been hit by a train in Cornwall.
CrossCountry and Great Western Railway services between Penzance and Truro are being affected. Trains may be unable to run until at least midday (5 February).
Due to a person being hit by a train between Penzance and Truro all lines are blocked. Updates to follow.
Bradham Lane is closed in both directions due to burst water main between St John's Road and the B3178 (Salterton Road).
The road is likely to remain closed for some time, and traffic is being diverted via Marpool Hill, Hulham Road and Pound Lane.
The Stagecoach 57 bus service is affected.
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A number of trains were cancelled, or had routes and timetables altered, this morning because of flooding on the line at Dawlish.
CrossCountry trains, who were the only provider effected, say it is down to the type of train they use, which can experience technical issues if hit by waves.
The Voyager engine is not used by Great Western Railway.
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